2008/12/3 Giovanni Marco Dall'Olio <dalloliogm(a)gmail.com>:
On 12/3/08, James Casbon <casbon(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Everyone,
> I have an "I want a pony" idea that I would like to kick onto the mailing
> It would be great if there was a way for sharing tool definitions between users.
I would suggest you to put your scripts on github or on a similar web
repository, and then share the link with all the people you want.
If you don't want to use a commercial service (it is free, anyway), I
think the best option is to put a repository using trac.
Well, I certainly don't want this thread to be about which VCS is
best, I think that is covered elsewhere ;) If anything, mercurial is
the sensible option because that allows you to work with the existing
A better way to approach this might be to ask what tools you have
added, or would be interested in, so we can see what overlap there is.
So, I'll start.
I have added:
exonerate, restriction mapping, gnu tool chain (sort, uniq, cut, etc)
would be interested in:
454 tools (sfffile, etc), interaction with pygr (woudl be difficult), hapmap.
I suppose once workflows are stable, a way to share those would be
good. There is that website somewhere for doing this, but I can't
remember the name right now.